The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 17, 1881

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p.2 Welland Canal Mission - Rev. Thos. Bone paying annual visit soliciting funds.

p.3 Purchase of Schooners - Folger Bros have purchased from Mr. A.J. Dewey of Chaumont, his interest in the schooners Watertown and A.J. Dewey. These vessels, with the H. Folger compose the sailing fleet owned by this Kingston firm.

Life Boats - The law regarding life boats is to be strictly enforced, and in consequence Captains are looking around for life boats of suitable dimensions. McKelvey & Birch have orders now for galvanized boats for Capt. Patterson of the prop. Africa, and Capt. Fairgraves of Collingwood.

Stock Jobbing - ad about Montreal & Thousand Island Steamship Co. - said to be used for purpose of depressing stock of R. & O. Nav. Co.

Received The Appointment - Capt. Howard of R. & O. Co. appointed Harbor Master at Montreal.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 17, 1881